I graduated from Hunter College in December 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Certificate in Public Policy. While at Hunter, I undertook two thesis projects that delved into the effects of stress on brain circuitry and the impact of patent laws on the cost of the U.S. healthcare system. For the past two years, I worked at Weill Cornell Medicine Liston Lab, where I worked on 3D neural mapping. Coming from a minority and immigrant family within a humble community, I was not exposed to scientists, let alone talk about cutting-edge research, until I entered college. This realization fueled my passion for making science more accessible to diverse audiences. I am proud to join CHE on its mission to distribute educational materials and start conversations and steps toward preventive medicine. By leading public speaking engagements and activities, I have fostered engaging discussions about the latest scientific advancements in healthcare and their impact on society. My efforts in science outreach aim to inspire the community to develop an interest in scientific exploration and empower informed decision-making. Beyond my academic pursuits, I make Youtube animations and volunteer at my local hospital in Brooklyn. I enjoy hiking, traveling, and fencing to renew my mind and fuel creativity.